The Common Good

Links of Awesomeness: May 2, 2012

DIY mirror project via Dans Le Townhouse Blogspot
DIY mirror project via Dans Le Townhouse Blogspot

Itching for a DIY craft? The feminist mirror project is a fun makeover for your mirror -- with a message that counters the socially constructed definition of beauty. [Dans Le Townhouse]

Theology nerds and pop culture junkies rejoice! 20th Century theologian Reinhold Niebuhr meets pop sensation Justin Bieber in the new tumblr page Reinhold Bieber.

Father John Misty (formerly of Fleet Foxes) makes his television debut on David Letterman last night. [Paste]

Arthur van Poppel is the epitome of the “one-man-band.” Dressed in costume and performing from a gadget-filled automobile, he adds plenty of pep and flavor to those passersby in the Netherlands. [The Awesomer]

Urban Plant Tags: The mini plastic stakes that accompany plants and flowers is reinvented for ironic use around cities, tagging benches, fire hydrants, and the like. [via Laughing Squid]  

See the unfamiliar side of a city with these pinhole cameras hiding in dumpsters. [GOOD]

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